Nathan Buckley

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Nathan Charles Buckley (born 26 July 1972) is a former professional Australian rules football player, commentator and coach, best known for his time as captain of the Collingwood Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).

He is listed by journalist Mike Sheahan as one of the top 50 players of all time. Buckley won the inaugural Rising Star Award, then went on to become one of the game's elite. He won the prestigious Brownlow Medal in 2003 and was selected in the All-Australian Team team a total of seven times. He also captained the Australian international rules football team against Ireland.

In 2004 Buckley became an original inductee into the Collingwood hall of fame, captaining the club between 1999 and 2007, six time club best and fairest and named in the Collingwood Team of the Century. He retired at the conclusion of the 2007 AFL season and became a commentator for the Seven Network.

After months of speculation, the Collingwood Football Club signed Buckley as an assistant coach for seasons 2010 and 2011 and as senior coach in 2012 for three years.

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Early career

Nathan Buckley was born in suburban Adelaide, South Australia on 26 July 1972. His family travelled around Australia quite frequently, and by the age of 12,...
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